Hello everyone. So I've always had a particular quirk with all of my iPhones. When I listen to my music while I drive (with the headphones on and windows down in my car...dam AC is broken) I pretty much always have the audio fully maxed out. So whenever I finally stop listening (like when I reach my destination) I never turn down the audio. I'm either rushing around cause I'm late for work or rushing cause I have a lot of stuff to take care of so I quickly close the music app. Or maybe I'll get a phone call while listening and driving at the same time which pauses the music, and low and behold, during this call I'll reach my destination. Either way, the audio is accidentally still on 100% more times than it's not. So now whenever I go to play a game or do anything that involves audio later on, the app's audio is at 100%. Once I open an app, I quickly remember that I need to turn down the volume. I'll immediately start spamming the volume down button but it thinks I'm trying to turn down my ringer volume! It doesn't turn down the app's volume until the audio actually starts playing. Since this is the only "quirk" I have with my phone, it drives me bananas! So I'm wondering if there are any options so that once I open an app and before any audio starts to play, when I press the volume down button my phone will recognize the fact I have an app open and therefore will turn down its volume as opposed to the ringer volume. It seems as though the phone only distinguishes between ringer volume and app audio once audio is actually playing. Otherwise it always assumes I want to turn down my ringer volume. Is there any way I can have my volume buttons lower audio instead of the ringer volume when I have an app open on my screen even if no audio is currently playing? Or is my only solution to remember to turn down the audio the moment I'm done listening to it so that the next time I put my headphones on, I won't blow out my eardrums with unexpected 100% maxed out volume haha. Thanks for any feedback!